Abstract

A possible organic structure resembling a halysitid coral was found in the Chapperon Group of south-central British Columbia, a unit generally considered of Late Paleozoic age. If it is such a coral, then it would be the oldest fossil so far found in the eugeosynclinal rocks of the Canadian Western Cordillera and could imply an Early Paleozoic eugeosyncline.

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